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Bats: Human Harvest [DVD] [Region 1] [US Import] [NTSC]

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  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish, French, Portuguese, Korean, Thai
  • Dubbed: French, Portuguese
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: R (Restricted) (US MPAA rating. See details.)
  • Studio: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
  • Average Customer Review: 2.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B001221DUG
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 366,677 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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Russo (David Chokachi) is a loose cannon in Delta Force. Their mission is to go into the forest of no return in Chechnya and capture a US WMD scientist (Tomas Arana). Oh yea. There are daytime flying bats who feed off human flesh and blood. Can you guess the connection? Boy I didn't see that coming.

Made for TV and it shows rather badly.
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This film stars David Chokachi and Michael Jace, and is directed by Jamie Dixon. Billed as a sequel to the film `Bats', with the tag line `Don't Go Near The Dark'.

Set in Afghanistan, a dark and mysterious forest outside a village is considered haunted by the locals. When a group of elite soldiers go into the dense forest after a known terrorist Fazul, they discover that the legends are based in fact. Whilst inside they encounter a swarm of vicious bats that attack and kill several members of the team. With no hope of rescue as the mission is classified, the soldiers continue to track their target right into a military compound run by a psycho doctor experimenting with bats as a means to kill people. When the bats escape their maker, the forest becomes a deadly trap and the soldiers have to discover a way to stop the genetically enhanced creatures before they migrate out of the forest and spawn a new species of predator.

This sequel other than being about bats doesn't much follow on from the original. In all fairness I have to say I liked the first one better. This one however has some good elements, with the dark forest giving it the right spooky atmosphere and the story arc of the soldiers refusing to leave without their target is a good motivator. The storyline plays out quite good up until the end when the climax feels a bit rushed. Overall I'd give it a solid C. If you like creature features it's not the worst out there but the original is in my opinion much better.
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By Vaughan on 19 April 2011
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I watched this last night. What was I thinking buying this? Well, I don't know. It was cheap (in more ways than one).

What we have here is one of those "Sci-fi Channel" movies. For a movie like this to work it needs a healthy dose of humour. Sadly everyone seems to be trying to play it straight - no mean feat given how horrid the script is.

Clearly shot in some Eastern European country we have a script that serves only to minimize the budget necessary to make it work. So instead of having killer bats flying around and killing all-sundry, we have a wood with bats in it. And they're mostly CGI bats. And every helicopter ride is CGI'd, except when we see the actors in the copter, where it's clearly green-screened.

Some of the actors are clearly dubbed, and anyone who thought a rifle was a good weapon about thousands of bats is, well, bats. Not only that, but our small-brained creatures (and I'm talking about the soldiers here) are busy trying to shoot ats out of the sky, when all thyey had to do was shoot the loud-speakers that are WAILING, clearly stirring up our critters..... Still, you should expect logic from such a story.

I am very forgiving, but really can't recommend this. The disc have three trailers for other titles, and two "deleted" scenes - no idea why they weren't in the film itself.

This is rubbish.
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More blood guts and gore than the previous Bats film
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This is a very unusal movie plenty of suspense and horror David Chokachi plays the movie well, I enjoyed the story line and will sit and watch again at a later date. Enjoy you animal lovers and don't feel too sorry for them.
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